Vivian Balakrishnan Got Into A Driverless Car And Emerged Unscathed

Look Ma, No Hands! Minister-in-Charge of the Smart Nation Initiative Vivian Balakrishnan is officially a cool kid -- now that he's rode in a driverless car. How cool is that. Source THATS SUPER COOL. https://www.facebook.com/Vivian.Balakrishnan.Sg/posts/10153039540996207 And as the unofficial Minister of Geek, he has shared his driverless car ride experience with a super long post on Facebook with...

Forget The CPF, Return Han Hui Hui Her Notebook Instead

Triple H wants her notebook and body mass to be returned to her Han Hui Hui and her three comrades, Low Wai Choo, Goh Aik Huat, and Koh Yew Beng began trial today (13 Oct). The four are facing charges of being a public nuisance for heckling special needs children at Hong...

Jurong Explosion Deceased Was A Young Mother Who Lost Her Own Mother

Victim of the fatal Tanjong Kling fire grew up without a mother The laboratory fire that caused multiple explosions at a gas manufacturer in the Jurong industrial area on Monday (12 Oct) has claimed the life of one female worker and injured seven others. SCDF said that seven people were...

Minister Khaw Boon Wan Was Lost On The Circle Line During The North-East Line...

Another Train Service Disruption Tuesday, 13 Oct -- the haze is back at a PSI level of 154 and so are the train breakdowns. Train services were suspended for at least 20 minutes at several stations on the North-East Line during this morning's rush hour due to a power fault. Source Lets take a...

The Dark Side To More MRT Stations Getting Free WiFi

LTA announces free Wifi at 33 MRT stations Commuters can rejoice now that they will be able to have free WiFi at 33 MRT stations, according to a press release by Land Transport Authority (LTA). Five more stations are now WiFi enabled. These are Buangkok, Kovan, Little India, Paya Lebar, and...

WP’s Yee Jenn Jong Takes Offence At ST’s Accusations Of Team Marine Parade Infighting

No discord or power play, says WP's Marine Parade leader On Sunday (11 Oct), an article entitled "Worker's Party trying to move forward" turned up on The Straits Times. Seemingly about Workers' Party's (WP) efforts to regroup after seeing a 6.83% drop in the popular vote at the 2015 General Election, the...

Post-Election Tan Lam Siong Is Still Giving Away Loaves Of Bread

Bread Man back in action Remember Bread Man a.k.a Tan Lam Siong? Elections may be over, but Tan sure isn’t loafing around. The former Potong Pasir candidate is back in action, distributing more bread. Truly the modern-day Anpanman, the hero who saves the world by giving away pieces of himself. Anpanman is...

This Mystery Resident Cow Is The Star Of Newly-Opened Coney Island. Moo.

Brahman bull an inhabitant on the island Rejoice, nature lovers. There’s a new nature playground in town, and it has already been occupied by a bull. On Saturday (10 Oct), National Parks (NParks) announced that the new Coney Island Park is now open to public. Coney Island what? Source You’ll be forgiven if you think...

Lee Bee Wah Goes All STOMP On Litterbugs

Stomping litter for moolah? Nee Soon GRC MP Lee Bee Wah wants to catch more litterbugs, and she's come up with a rather novel way to do it. This is the suggested plan: after a resident takes a video of someone littering, the video evidence is submitted to NEA, and whistle-blower gets to...

SGH Recalls Almost 1,000 Patients For Screening, More Than Double Of Initial Figure

Only 411 patients were expected to be recalled Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is now recalling almost 1,000 people back for hepatitis C screening, a figure more than doubled from the initial 411 patients they recalled. Turns out, the 411 patients are admitted between April and June, but there are more patients who...